Mystery Cruise


Uniworld First Ever Mystery Cruise!
12 June 2022 (10 Days)

Join us for a 10-day river cruising experience like no other: Uniworld's very first Mystery Cruise! This is your chance to go on a truly once-in-a-lifetime vacation that will leave you amazed at every turn, and our chance to pull out all the stops on one of our most incredible journeys yet. The catch? Every detail of it will be a surprise, so you’ll just have to trust us to do what we do best.

If you know Uniworld, you know we have a knack for meticulously curating everything from the grandest affairs down to our signature Tiny Noticeable Touches®. So, while you might be heading into your cruise not knowing what to expect, you can expect a masterpiece.


That’s for us to know and you to find out.
Just know that you will need your passport to get there. And when you do, we’ll immerse you in every destination with new-to-Uniworld experiences. Each shore excursion will be a one-time-only exclusive for our Mystery Cruise guests. You won’t find these experiences anywhere else—even on other Uniworld cruises.


In a word? Everything.

We’re providing the usual wealth of all-inclusive, luxury amenities offered on every Uniworld river cruise. For the price of your trip, you’ll enjoy unique excursions, gourmet food and beverages, onboard entertainment, all transportation plus airfare, the excitement of being among the first to embark on these new voyages and the suspense of never knowing what’s coming next.

From $6999 All Inclusive


Ellen Bettridge - Uniworld CEO


Your sense of adventure and willingness to have a great time.

Of course, you’ll need to know more than that when it’s time to pack. But don’t worry, we’ll be sending you a detailed packing list before you go.

Call us today! 800-903-5750

Florida Governor Sues Government to allow ships to sail from Florida again!


Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said the state is filing a lawsuit against the federal government and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to allow cruise ships to resume sailing immediately, after they were shut down for over a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

DeSantis announced the legal action during a news conference Thursday at PortMiami.

"The CDC has locked down this industry for over a year, this is not reasonable, this is not rational," DeSantis said. "We don't believe the federal government has the right to mothball a major industry for over a year based on very little evidence and very little data."

The governor, who signed an executive order forbidding Covid vaccine passports, said the cruise industry won’t get an exception. He’s adamant that public entities, along with the private sector, not require people show proof that they have been vaccinated.

Even if cruise lines wanted to move forward with a vaccine passport, DeSantis said he would oppose it.

DeSantis and Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody said the cruise industry shutdown was harming tens of thousands of Floridians in the state who depend on it for their livelihood.

Florida is the nation's cruise capital with three of the world's busiest ports: Miami, Port Canaveral near Kennedy Space Center, and Port Everglades near Fort Lauderdale. Millions typically cruise from Florida each year and the industry generates billions for the state's economy.

The CDC shut down the cruise industry a year ago when several coronavirus outbreaks were tied to ships worldwide.

On Friday, the CDC updated its guidance to say that fully vaccinated people can travel within the U.S. without getting tested for the coronavirus or going into quarantine afterward. It also issued more technical details around its conditional plan to allow cruise ships in U.S. ports, but it did not say when cruise lines could resume sailing.

DeSantis has maintained the ban disproportionally impacts Florida and has said that cruising has resumed in much of the world, forcing Americans to fly to other ports in the nearby Bahamas. Industry leaders say there have been no new outbreaks tied to their ships.

“People are going to cruise one way or another. The question is are we going to do it out of Florida, which is the number one place to do it in the world, or are they going to be doing it out of the Bahamas or other locations?” DeSantis said.